Another Dutchie has been added to an MLB spring training roster. The Cleveland Indians have added Aruban minor league catcher Sicnarf Loopstok to their spring training roster. Sicnarf is an anagram of Francis. Yesterday, the Indians announced through their transaction page, that Sicnarf was added to their roster. The 23-year old Western Oklahoma State College alumn is… Continue reading Indians add Sicnarf Loopstok to ST roster
In the mean time the minor league play offs are on their way. In many leagues, the championship series are about to start or have started already. AAA Shawn Zarraga and the Oklahoma City Dodgers have made it to the championship series of the Pacific Coast League. The team beat the Nashville Sounds in five games.… Continue reading Dutchies in the minor league play offs
For most of the Minor Leagues, the regular season is over and are the clubs shifting to play off mode. Only the Pioneer League is still in its regular season, which will end coming Thursday. This year there are several Dutchies whose teams have reached the play offs. Let’s start with AAA level. Aruban catcher… Continue reading Dutchies in the Minor League play offs
By far not every minor league roster has been revealed but on several websites of minor league clubs you can see the name of players that has been placed their by the Major League parent club. Here is provisional overview. Not everything is clear yet, so updates will follow. Chadwick Tromp: The 21-year old Aruban catcher… Continue reading Dutchies in the minors. Where will they start?
Unfortunately another short episode of “Summing up the Dutchies per MLB organization”. This time the: Number of Dutchies: 1 Jiandido Tromp: Jiandido made his first steps in professional baseball in 2012, after the Phillies signed him in 2011. In 2012 Jiandido debuted in the Phillies organization with the GCL Phillies on June 18. About two… Continue reading Summing up the Dutchies per MLB organization: Philadelphia Phillies
After the post about the Montgomery Biscuits being on play off course, I wondered if any of the Dutchies playing in US baseball is on play off course as well. I will only write about the teams in contention. A team like Roger Bernadina’s Albuquerque Isotopes is going nowhere this season, so it doesn’t really… Continue reading Dutchies on play off course?
In the series “Summing up the Dutchies per MLB organization” it is time to pay attention to the: Number of Dutchies: 1 This will be one of the shortest episodes in this series. The only Dutchie who is playing with the Cleveland Indians is Sicnarf Loopstok: Sicnarf signed a contract with the Cleveland… Continue reading Summing up the Dutchies per MLB organization: Cleveland Indians